Holiday Hot Cocoa Bombs

Holiday Hot Cocoa Bombs

Making your hot cocoa bombs is super easy to do, and you only need a few ingredients and supplies. Cocoa bombs are a perfect treat for a chilly day and a great way to help warm you up.

Are you looking for other recipes for hot cocoa bombs, too? I have two for you: Valentine’s Day Hot Cocoa Bombs and White Chocolate Caramel Cappuccino Bombs.

Holiday Hot Cocoa Bombs

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Supplies:

Grab the items below to make these festive cocoa bombs for yourself, and you can even make an extra batch to gift to your friends!

Holiday Hot Cocoa Bombs
Makes 6 hot cocoa bombs.
Holiday Hot Cocoa Bombs
Holiday Hot Cocoa Bombs

Directions:

  1. Put a large plate into the freezer.
  2. Pour the white candy melts into a bowl and heat in the microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring well after each heat session, until the candy is fully melted.
  3. Add a small spoon full of melted candy to all of the mold cavities, then coat the melted candy around the mold, making sure to get all the way up the sides. 
  4. Place candy coated mold into the freezer for 5 minutes.
  5. Repeat steps 4 and 5, then transfer the unused melted candy to pastry or ziplock bag.
  6. Remove the chilled plate and candy coated mold from the freezer. Carefully remove each candy coated sphere from the mold and place on the chilled plate.
  7. Heat the small plate in the microwave for 2 minutes.
  8. Put one half sphere upside down on the heated plate to slightly melt the candy coated edge.
  9. Fill it with 1 tablespoon cocoa mix, and a few mini marshmallows.
  10. Repeat step 9 with another half sphere and adhere the two together. The melted candy should fuse them together nicely, but if not, just use your finger to add a little chocolate around the seam.
  11. Reheat the bagged candy if needed, then snip off the end and drizzle candy over each cocoa bomb, and add sprinkles.
  12. To serve, place your hot cocoa bomb into a mug, then pour 6 ounces of hot water or milk over the cocoa bomb. Stir well and enjoy!

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Did you make these hot cocoa bombs? If so, let me know how they turned out in the comments! I’d love to hear from you!

White Chocolate Caramel Cappuccino Bombs

White Chocolate Caramel Cappuccino Bombs

White chocolate caramel cappuccino bombs are perfect for a morning pick me up. A white candy-coated shell, filled with white chocolate caramel cappuccino powder, drizzled with milk chocolate and sprinkles equals absolute perfection! Place your cappuccino bomb into a mug and pour 6 ounces of water or milk for a creamy cappuccino treat.

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Ingredients & Supplies To Make White Chocolate Caramel Cappuccino Bombs:

Ingredients & Supplies To Make White Chocolate Caramel Cappuccino Bombs
White Chocolate Caramel Cappuccino Bombs

Directions:

  1. Put a large plate into the freezer.
  2. Place candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl and heat on high in 30-second increments. Next, you will stir in between each heat session until candy is fully melted.
  3. Place a spoon full of melted candy into each mold cavity. Then, use the spoon or pastry brush to coat the entire mold cavities, making sure to get up the edges.
  4. Put the mold in the freezer for 5 minutes, then remove and repeat step 3 for the second layer of candy coating. Be sure to freeze the mold for another 5 minutes after that.
  5. Then pour remaining melted candy into a pastry bag or ziplock bag and snip the end with scissors.
  6. Add chocolate melting wafers to a pastry bag or ziplock bag and heat in microwave for 30-second intervals. Be sure to start massaging the bag between each heat session until fully melted. Snip of the end or corner with scissors.
  7. Remove candy-coated molds and plates from the freezer, and remove white candy half spheres from the mold. Place on a chilled plate.
  1. Add one tablespoon of cappuccino mix to 6 of the half spheres.
  2. Heat the small plate in the microwave for 2 minutes.
  3. Place one empty half-sphere upside down on the plate and move around slightly to melt the top layer. Place on top of the cappuccino-filled sphere and secure the two ends together by piping a bit of white candy at the seam.
  4. Using the milk chocolate-filled pastry bag, drizzle the top of the cappuccino bomb with melted milk chocolate in a back and forth motion. Add sprinkles on top.
  5. Once they’re decorated to your liking, place them in a mug and pour in 6 oz of hot water or milk. Stir well and enjoy.

I hope you enjoy these delicious White Chocolate Caramel Cappuccino Bombs. If coffee isn’t your thing, I also have a recipe for some Valentine’s Day Hot Cocoa Bombs!

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15 Delicious Recipes with Less Than 5 Ingredients

15 Delicious Recipes with Less Than 5 Ingredients

These easy and delicious recipes are made with less than five ingredients. Many of the recipes call for items you probably already have on hand or in the pantry. A perfect weeknight option!

Many people think you need a ton of ingredients to make a delicious dish that everyone will love. That is not true. A simple recipe can still make a delicious, healthy, and filling meal.

These tasty recipes include everything from weeknight dinner meals to snacks and easy lunch ideas. With only five ingredients needed to make these recipes, these budget-friendly delicious recipes are sure to be a hit.



15 Easy Recipes With Less Than 5 Ingredients:

Air Fryer Ribs

All you need is your favorite BBQ sauce, dry rub, and a rack of ribs to make this delicious dinner rib recipe.

Ham and Cheese Crescent Rings

A tasty recipe that even the kids will love. This ham and cheese ring will make a delicious meal for lunch or dinner.

Slow Cooker Dr. Pepper Pork Chops

Delicious and easy to make, pop these pork chops in the slow cooker, and you will have a tasty weeknight dinner in no time!

Air Fryer Salmon

Another delicious air fryer recipe, this tender and flaky salmon is flavored with lemon and spices for a delicious dinner.

Everything Bagel Cucumber Sandwiches

These cucumber sandwiches are seasoned with Everything Bagel seasoning for a tasty treat, perfect for a snack, light lunch, or party appetizer. YUM!

Bacon-Wrapped Chicken Strips

Delicious and easy to make, these bacon-wrapped chicken strips will give you another weeknight option for the family to consider!

3 Ingredient Peach Pie

Don’t skip dessert! This three-ingredient peach pie will be a delicious after-dinner dessert or treat that you are sure to love.

Artichoke Parmesan Dip

This dip is a creamy and delicious artichoke appetizer that everyone is sure to love. The best part is that it’s quick and easy to make.

Crockpot Chicken Tacos

Made in the slow cooker, these chicken tacos only need three ingredients and will be a hit with anyone.

Keema Curry

Another tasty slow cooker recipe that you can set and forget, this slow-cooked curry is a delicious dish everyone will love.

Bacon-Wrapped Dates

We have another tasty appetizer, side dish, or snack! These bacon-wrapped dates are full of flavor and easy to make.

Pretzel Honey Mustard Chicken

Filling and delicious, this pretzel honey mustard chicken only needs four ingredients. Who doesn’t love pretzels, honey mustard, and chicken!?

Stuffed Butternut Squash

Perfect for fall, this stuffed butternut squash is a delicious and filling meal that you can cook up in no time.

Homemade Salmon Bacon

Quick and easy to make, this homemade salmon bacon can be enjoyed as a tasty family snack.

Easy Cheese Borek

Full of flavor, these cheesy, savory pastries only need four ingredients and can be used as an appetizer or snack.

Do you have a favorite recipe with five ingredients or less? Share it below in the comments.

Strawberry Peach Sangria

Strawberry Peach Sangria

Sangrias are popular in the summer months and this Strawberry Peach Sangria is a perfect option to make at home. Super easy to make and ready in minutes!

I think you will just love this Strawberry Peach Sangria with Lemons! It’s perfect for that Summer cookout!

Summer sangria

This refreshing summer cocktail is perfect for a hot summer day. Loaded with fresh fruit and white wine, this summer sangria is easy to make for yourself or for a crowd of friends.

The blend of sweetness from the peaches and berries mixed with the sour lemon gives this delicious cocktail a twisted spin on summer drinks.

Ingredients For Strawberry Peach Sangria:

sangria ingredients
  • 2 cups Moscato wine
  • 1 peach
  • 10 strawberries
  • ½ lemon
  • 1 ½  cups Ice

Makes 4 small cocktails

Directions:

lemons in a pitcher
lemons and strawberries cut up in a pitcher
lemon, strawberries, and peaches cut up in a pitcher
  1. Wash the fruit.
  2. Cut the peach into slices.
  3. Cut the tops off the strawberries, and slice in half.
  4. Slice the lemon.
  5. Combine all of the ingredients except the ice in a pitcher.
  6. Refrigerate for at least one hour.
  7. Right before serving, add ice, stir and serve.
wine being poured into the pitcher of fruit sangria
wooden spoon stirring the sangria
summer strawberry sangria

Have you tried to make this sangria yourself? Share below in the comments and let me know how it turned out!

St. Patrick’s Day Chocolate Bark Recipes

St. Patrick’s Day Chocolate Bark Recipes

Chocolate bark recipes have become my go-to when it comes to getting my chocolate fix. These St. Patrick’s Day Bark recipes don’t disappoint!

They’re so quick to make – it’s all a matter of melting a few ingredients and getting creative with goodies to use as toppings!

With St. Patrick’s Day on the horizon, I thought it would be a good idea to break out some of my chocolate bark recipes so you can make a few fun treats to keep your leprechauns happy!

St. Patrick's Day Chocolate Bark

Lucky Charms Candy Bark

What’s St. Patrick’s Day without a lucky charm? This Lucky Charms Candy Bark Recipe is so easy to make and only requires two ingredients (one of the being, obviously, Lucky Charms cereal!).

Rainbow Bark with Pretzels

A really fun and colorful recipe for St. Patrick’s Day! The sweet and salt combo thanks to the pretzels make these treats super addictive and I promise they won’t last very long in the house!

St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Bark

Shamrocks are a quintessential symbol of St. Patricks day so of course I had to pick a recipe for all my fellow shamrock lovers! It’s delicious, super easy to make, and only requires three ingredients (one of them being M&Ms!

Mint Oreo Cookie Bark

Mint is my go-to for St. Patrick’s Day desserts because… GREEN! This recipe is made using Mint Oreo Cookies and white chocolate – they’re delicious!

Minty St. Patrick’s Day Chocolate Bark

Another recipe for my fellow mint lovers! This Minty chocolate bark is such a fun treat and mixes SO much chocolate (minty Hersheys & Oreos), which makes for delicious St. Pattys treats!

Grasshopper Mint Chocolate Bark

This grasshopper mint chocolate bark is super easy to make (just melt chocolate in the microwave!). The main ingredient is Andes Creme de Menthe Thins which are always a treat!

St. Patrick’s Day Bark

I love how colorful and fun this bark looks! They’re made of fun (and super colorful) ingredients to make it look like a leprechaun made them once he found the end of a rainbow!

White Chocolate Leprechaun Bark

I’m obsessed with how crunchy these are thanks to the pretzels. This recipe is SO quick to make and perfect to keep your little leprechauns at home happy!

St. Patrick’s Day Bark Recipe

Green M&Ms, oh my! I love how simple, yet fun (and green) this recipe is! Dark chocolate recipes are always my favorite, and even more so if they have a dash of mint!

Dark Chocolate Mint Bark

Another fix for my dark chocolate and mint-obsessed readers! Aside from the amazing taste, I love how intricate the final result of these barks look – if I didn’t know better, I’d think they took several hours to make when it really just takes a couple of minutes to make them!

What are your favorite St. Patrick’s Day dessert recipes? Share them below.